Probably one of my favorite things about photography is finding a way to create a scene from something that wasn’t fully there to start with. Not by showing something that doesn’t exist, but by selectively showing something, eliminating surrounding things, to end up with what feels like a whole new place. In this case, I’d stopped along the road West of Saline, Michigan at sunset, where there were a couple of small ponds of water next to a gravel business. Pretty sure they aren’t natural ponds, but you can’t tell that here I think. There were a bunch of buildings right off to the right, and piles of gravel and dirt to the left.
Exposure: 1/250 seconds
Focal Length: 135mm